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9412 4th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11209

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A beautiful smile can boost your confidence and overall quality of life. At Brooklyn Smile, we offer the range of dental treatments you need to share a healthy, appealing smile. We are committed to protecting your oral health, and our team includes the specialists you need to enjoy comprehensive dental care in one location.

Our dental practice in Brooklyn is conveniently located on 4th Avenue. You can trust that we will extend a warm welcome and treat you with respect, regardless of the current state of your dental structures. We combine decades of experience with modern technology to help you achieve optimal oral health. Contact us today to learn more about how we can keep you smiling.

Effective Dental Care

We believe that your smile is unique and deserves personalized care. That's why we take the time to talk with you and ask questions to understand your specific needs, concerns, and goals. We tailor your treatment plan to meet your desires while protecting your oral health. Here are some of the quality dental services we offer:

  • Dental Implants: Our custom dental implants replace an entire tooth from root to crown to renew your smile.
  • All-on-4® and Teeth in a Day: Our implant-supported denture services restore the integrity of your bite and the beauty of your smile.
  • Cosmetic Dentistry: Our cosmetic dental treatments turn your dream smile into a reality.

Our team is led by Dr. Gary Herskovits and includes the specialists you need, such as a periodontist, an endodontist, and an oral surgeon. Whether you need your biannual teeth cleaning or a full smile makeover, you can count on our team.

Modern Dental Service in Brooklyn

Your smile deserves quality protection. At Brooklyn Smiles, we are proud to provide the quality dental care you deserve with the modern techniques you want. Our dental practice in Brooklyn is outfitted with the latest dental technology for precise diagnoses and to maximize your comfort. From a bone graft to prepare for a dental implant to teeth whitening services to brighten your smile for a special event, you can rely on our compassionate team to keep your smile stunning. Contact us today to schedule your appointment.


Our Mission


Our mission at Brooklyn Smile is to enhance patients’ lives by providing personalized dental care. Empathetic to the challenges of everyday life, the team is focused on continuity of care for patients of all ages under one roof.

The Brooklyn Smile team works one-on-one with you to design your treatment plan and help you achieve your smile goals. We offer a full range of services from preventive care to full mouth restoration. We have the latest technologies and highly skilled specialists on our team.

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Bad breath, scientifically known as halitosis, is a common condition that can significantly impact our self-confidence and social interactions. The unpleasant odor emanating from the mouth can be caused by various factors, ranging from poor oral hygiene to underlying medical conditions. Thankfully, at Brooklyn Smile, we offer several effective treatments to combat bad breath and restore fresh breath and confidence.  At Brooklyn Smile, Dr Herskovits treats patients from around the world who have very clean mouths but complain of bad...

A root canal is a dental procedure designed to save a severely damaged or infected tooth. It focuses on treating the innermost part of your tooth – the pulp. The pulp is made up of nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissue. When it becomes infected or inflamed due to deep decay, cracked teeth, or repeated dental procedures on the same tooth, it can cause excruciating pain and sensitivity.How Do You Know If You Need a Root Canal?One of the main indicators that you may require a root canal is a severe toothache, which can range from mild...

These are just some of the procedures and services we regularly provide. If you have any questions, concerns, or would like to schedule an appointment, please contact us today or click to learn more about what we can do for you. We look forward to providing you with the personal touch you deserve.

Preventive dental care is all about taking proactive steps to maintain the health of your teeth and gums. It involves a range of services and practices aimed at preventing dental problems before they even have a chance to develop. By prioritizing preventive dental care through checkups, cleanings, fluoride treatments, and oral cancer screenings on a routine basis – you're investing in the long-term health and beauty of your smile!! Dental exams and checkupsPreventive dental care services, such as regular dental checkups, are essential for...

Invisalign is a clear aligner therapy that uses a series of trays to gradually move your teeth into place. Each tray is made to fit snugly around your teeth and gently guide them into alignment.  Our patients at Brooklyn Smile prefer Invisalign/clear aligners because they are made from clear, BPA-free plastic and are comfortable and virtually invisible. The trays can be removed when you eat, so you don’t have to change your diet as you would with traditional braces. You can also remove the trays for special occasions such as job interviews or...

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Why should I visit the dentist regularly?

Many people only visit the dentist when they have a noticeable problem. While they may think that they are saving money, the reality is that the treatments to repair and restore their teeth and smiles cost more money and time than it does to visit the dentist at regular intervals... Read More

Brushing your teeth will clean the surfaces of your teeth but will not reach the areas between the teeth or below the gumline. Flossing ensures that plaque and bacteria are removed from your mouth before they can cause damage to your teeth... Read More

You should brush at least twice each day. It is especially important that you brush your teeth before going to bed. Use an ADA-approved soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoridated toothpaste. You should floss daily. Contact our office if you have questions... Read More

Dental X-rays are extremely safe. In fact, you are exposed to less radiation with dental X-rays than you are in your day-to-day life from the sun. Advances in dentistry continue to make dental X-rays safer through digital imaging technologies and higher-speed X-rays... Read More

Please speak with our team. We take your fear seriously and will work with you to help you feel more comfortable in our office. There are many strategies that we can use to help reduce anxiety and fear... Read More

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommends that children visit the dentist for the first time about six months after their first tooth erupts or no later than their first birthday. These appointments are designed to help your child become comfortable in the dental office... Read More

Babies actually begin to develop teeth in the second trimester of pregnancy (about 16 to 20 weeks.) Teeth typically begin to emerge between 6 and 10 months of age... Read More

Primary teeth are critical to maintaining good oral health and proper development. Your child's primary teeth facilitate:Proper speech production and developmentProper chewing, nutrition and good digestionStraighter smiles... Read More

Cosmetic dentistry is a dental field that focuses on improving the appearance of your teeth so that you can enjoy a more beautiful smile. It includes preventive care as well as restorative treatments... Read More

There are several options available to replace your missing tooth. When you visit our office, our dentists will examine your mouth, discuss your oral health needs and smile goals with you and review your treatment options... Read More

A root canal is a procedure performed to save your tooth when it is decayed or infected... Read More

Orthodontics is a field of dentistry that focuses on diagnosing, preventing, and treating misaligned teeth and jaws... Read More

The American Association of Orthodontists® recommends that children receive their initial orthodontic screening by age 7... Read More

No! While the majority of patients who receive orthodontic treatment are children or teenagers, more and more adults are seeking orthodontic treatment to improve their smiles and oral health... Read More

Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is an oral condition that affects the gums and supporting structures in your mouth... Read More

Periodontal disease is caused by the harmful bacteria trapped in plaque. As plaque hardens into calculus (tartar), the disease becomes more established in your mouth... Read More

Symptoms of periodontal disease include: red, swollen or tender gums or other pain in your mouth... Read More

Halitosis (bad breath) may be caused by any number of factors, including: Poor oral hygiene, Cavities, Periodontal disease... Read More